عنوان مقاله [English]
Emotional disorders can affect cognitive processes such as attention and memory, and increase the impact of stressful events on cognitive performance, increasing the number of times that these events are retrieved. The aim of this study was The Meta-Analysis of Comparision of memory functions and memory confidence in depressed, obsessive-compulsive and normal people during the years 2006 to 2016. For this purpose, in a meta-analysis study, from articles published in scientific journals And scientific conferences over the past decade (2006-2016) that compare memory and memory confidence in depressed, obsessive and normal people of Iranian populations, and in the periodical science journals, Human Sciences Portal, Iran Dak (website of the Documentation Center and The scientific degrees of Iran), SID, Pabmaed, Magiran, Sivilka and Google Scholar were indexed, 26 papers were selected which met the criteria for this study. The meta-analysis of the summary information of these studies suggests a difference in memory and confidence Memory in the sample of obsessive and depressed samples with normal samples. With regard to the meaningful level, the difference between the depressed, obsessive compulsive and normal sample in memory and confidence memory was meaningful. It seems that our previous experience and comprehensive knowledge of the general schema affect on our memory And the integration of personal information derived from multiple sources of information is a major element in complex thinking and high-level thinking.